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Dr. Rebecca Frazee


San Diego


Dr. Rebecca V. Frazee has been teaching in the Learning Design and Technology program (and previously the EdTech department) for almost 20 years. Dr. Frazee possesses expertise in emergent learning and collaboration technologies, blended and online learning, e-coaching, needs analysis, research and evaluation, adult learning and workplace training and development, organizational learning and performance systems, social and digital media analytics, and the design of physical and virtual learning environments. She has extensive experience teaching and coaching face-to-face, blended, and fully online, serving a range of students, professionals and leaders across education, business, government, military, and non-profit sectors as an instructional designer, instructor, coach, and consultant.

Dr. Frazee’s most recent courses in the School of Journalism and Media Studies include Introduction to Educational Technology (LDT 540), Seminar in Informational & Instructional Technologies for Organizations (LDT 685), Learning Environment Design (LDT 671), Research Methods for Learning Design (LDT 690), and Social and Digital Media Analytics (JMS 428).

Dr. Frazee has published articles and book chapters, served as president of two local professional organizations, and has been invited to present at several national and international conferences.

In addition to her teaching and research at SDSU, Dr. Frazee is the Associate Director for the Flexible Learning Environments eXchange (FLEXspace.org) – an international community and open education repository of learning space examples and resources -- working closely with higher education executives from the California State University Chancellor’s Office, California Community College Chancellor’s Office, the University of California Office of the Provost, the State University of New York Office of the Provost, Pennsylvania State University, Arizona State University, EDUCAUSE and more.